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Posted on: May 3, 2017

Tom Rogers Recognized for 25 Years of Service to City of Mill Creek

Tom Rogers Receives Service Award
Tom Rogers was recognized at the Mill Creek City Council meeting on May 2 for 25 years of service to the City. Rogers is the director of the Community and Economic Development department, a role he has held since 2012.

“We appreciate Tom’s service and commitment to our community,” said City Manager Rebecca Polizzotto. “Under his leadership, the City has maintained high development standards, which has allowed the City to develop a special community character.”

Rogers provides direction and guidance on project planning for the City, overseeing the City’s development activities. He also leads the long-range planning to maintain the City’s special community character by carefully evaluating future opportunities for short- and long-term benefits and to ensure land use, infrastructure, economic development and service delivery standards.

Under his leadership, his department reviews all development requests, reviews and issues building permits, and analyzes environmental impacts of building projects. The department also is responsible for park acquisition, design, and development.

Rogers joined the City in April 1992. He previously served as assistant planner at the City of Huntington Beach, Calif. He received a master’s degree in public administration and a bachelor’s degree in political science from California State University Fullerton. In his spare time, he enjoys gardening at his home in Snohomish and tinkering with his vintage Japanese cars.
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